[Trump has] become a threat ... [to Americans'] confidence in their electoral system — one of the most complex and respected ones in the world.
The coup in Brazil, the peace agreement with the Revolutionary Front in Colombia, and the outbreak of protests on the streets of Venezuela all signal an Orange Spring in Caracas.
The CIA’s record is enough to bring tears to the eye.
The [Colombia] plan needs a funeral to bury the war on drugs rather than a birthday celebration.
The similarities between the U.S. conflict with Cuba and that between Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) are enormous. They come from the same place, and it seems that they will have the same outcome.
Without the triumph of the Cuban Revolution in 1959, the continent would not have filled [Read more]
After nearly half a century’s embargo, President Barack Obama announced the normalization of relations with Cuba. Both countries exchanged prisoners, an exchange achieved by the intervention of Pope Francis.
“To the Cuban people, America extends a hand of friendship… To those who oppose the steps I’m [Read more]
The political system of the United States is designed so that during midterm elections — in which the entire House of Representatives, one-third of the Senate, and various governors are re-elected or replaced — the current president loses power, a lot more if it is his second term, as in Barack Obama’s case. It [Read more]
Just as the United States has been the best wartime ally, it could, without doubt, become the best partner in peace.